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Trouble with a capital “T”

Trouble with a capital “T”

The Episcopal Café has been seeing recurring efforts by hackers to take over our site.  As a result, the editorial team has had difficulty accessing the site and it has been sometime impossible for readers to open it as well.  We are working to counter their efforts, but it hasn’t been easy and their attacks have continued.  We have no idea who is behind it or what their motivation is.  It could be anything from someone with an axe to grind to bored kids somewhere or malicious robots practicing for world dominion.  Mostly, we just wish they’d stop.

 

In the meantime, we’ve set up an alternative site at episcopal.cafe where we are posting new content.  You can visit us there and as always you can follow us at Facebook or Twitter.

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Bert Anderson

I’ve had no problem with seeing all messages.

Eric Bonetti

I noticed the same thing, which is that the attacks appear linked to articles about the Charlottesville protests. If that is the case, people should know that we will never back down on this issue.

Helen Kromm

Have you tried disabling OneAll Social Login. Or at least the twitter Login. These attacks seem to be right after posts related to Confederate monuments, etc…

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